Industry & Research precincts

Working together in the same physical location enhances the exchange of knowledge, ideas and skills.

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A space to collaborate

Industry and research precincts facilitate innovation by bringing together the very best minds. They are places where researchers, entrepreneurs, experts and students mix with leading industry partners. Places where people from different institutions can share ideas, and where our students gain practical skills. And they are places where investors can identify and support the path to commercialisation.

Each precinct is purpose-built with the latest technology and facilities. This means that together we can fast-track your research to bring new innovations to market. Or develop creative solutions to local and global challenges.

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Find an expert

Do you need an expert to help solve a challenge for your business or organisation, or give insight to a current issue? Use the University's Find an Expert tool to search for the best researcher for the job.

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Ethics & Integrity

We are committed to responsible research at the University of Melbourne. We promote the highest standards of ethics and integrity in all research.

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Facilities & Resources

Discover the University’s facilities and resources. You’ll find rare collections, archives, museums and galleries, as well as digital expertise and technology platforms.

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Case study: Detecting epileptic seizures with an implantable device

Epi-Minder has raised $A10 million to develop an implantable device to detect and predict epileptic seizures. University of Melbourne researchers founded the company in 2018. The device is now undergoing a clinical trial.


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Multidisciplinary research

At the University of Melbourne, we bring experts together to think deeply about complex issues. And to solve big problems.

The breadth of our research fields means that you can access knowledge and expertise across many disciplines. We can assemble a multidisciplinary group of experts to tackle your problem from different angles. And to reflect on the world in different ways. Because we know that great things happen when curious minds come together to solve the world's challenges.


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Discovery

Discoveries can be serendipitous. More often, they’re the result of painstaking work. Here are some discoveries from the University and its collaborators.

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Impact

Discover some of the impact arising from research by the University of Melbourne and its collaborators.